The team at Health Horizons are very fortunate to have a group of highly skilled professionals from a variety of disciplines that regularly work with us.
Lesley Messenger-Jones is a highly experienced registered nurse with a rich background in child and adolescent mental health, wellbeing and development.
Elisabeth Yates (Lis) is a Highly Specialist Speech and Language Therapist (SLT) - she qualified in 2000 from the University of Manchester.
Paul Andrews is a Child and Adolescent family psychotherapist . He has been working in the area of children and young peoples mental health for the past 20 years.
Craig Stevens is a UKCP registered individual and group psychotherapist with 30 years experience in mental health. He has worked in the NHS with adolescents and families, with adults with a wide range of mental health problems and with adolescents and adults.
Dr. Aljian is a Consultant Psychiatrist with experience of working with both adults and children. Dr. Aljian has worked in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) providing both assessments and treatments of mental health disorders & ADHD.
Jo has been a Registered Nurse (Learning Disabilities) for the last thirty years with a broad ranging career that has involved working predominantly with children across the age range and their families. Jo has worked in children's residential placements and extensively for Barnardos in a range of children's services.
Amy is a provisionally accredited CBT Therapist working towards full accreditation with the BABCP, with further specific training in CBT supervision. She is a registered Mental Health Nurse and an Advanced Mental Health Nurse Practitioner working in the North West.
Hanna is a senior occupational therapist and sensory integration specialist with over 15 years experience as an occupational therapist. She has extensive experience of working with children in both special and mainstream schools. She is also skilled in assessing and working with adults with neurodiversity.
We also work in partnership with Cairn Education, a non-profit Community Interest Company which aims to provide unique, individualised and innovative programmes to improve the lives of Autistic individuals and/or individuals that have disengaged from mainstream education or employment in Cumbria.
For more information about Cairn Education please visit their website: www.cairneducation.co.uk